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Teach Peace Now

March 6, 2017
Skin You Live In Skin Color Names Teach Peace Now

What Color is Your Skin? Choosing Color Names

Have you ever tried to describe the color of your skin? For fiction writers, especially those writing multicultural books and […]
March 4, 2017
All the Colors We Are

Talking About Skin Color: All the Colors We Are

All the Colors We Are by Katie Kissinger is a bilingual English-Spanish picture book intended for very young children. Amply […]
March 3, 2017

Sister Anne’s Hands: A Book About Prejudice & Civil Rights

Written by  MaryBeth Lorbiecki, Sister Anne's Hands, is set in the 1960s.  Told from the viewpoint of a white second grade […]
September 4, 2016
Joan Trupauer Mulholland

Have You Ever Heard of Joan Trumpauer Mulholland?

Many people played a role in the Civil Rights Movement. She Stood for Freedom is a brand new children's book […]
July 24, 2016
Love and Peace by Mr. Grant

Words of love and peace everyone should hear

Grant is a six-year-year old boy who is one of the "little people." He suffers from a form of dwarfism […]
June 5, 2016

Muhammad Ali: A Man of Peace

Designated by the United Nations in 1998 as a UN Messenger for Peace, Muhammad Ali (1942-2016) is best remembered in […]
February 22, 2016

Teach Peace Now Books for African American History Month: Aunt Harriet’s Underground Railroad in the Sky

Aunt Harriet's Underground Railroad in the Sky by Faith Ringgold has been around a long time. It was first published […]
February 14, 2016
The Story of Ruby Bridges

Teach Peace Now Recommended Books for African American History Month: The Story of Ruby Bridges

The Story of Ruby Bridges by Robert Coles Through My Eyes by Ruby Bridges Six-year-old Ruby Bridges was the first […]
February 8, 2016

Teach Peace Now Recommended Books for African American History Month

  We March by Shane W. Evans is a book about standing up for justice written for our youngest children […]
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